Dr Kim May Lee
I join King’s College London as a research fellow in Feb 2021. I was a lecturer in medical statistics at the Pragmatic Clinical Trials Unit, Queen Mary University of London (from Feb 2020 to Jan 2021). Prior to this, I was a research associate at the MRC Biostatistics Unit, University of Cambridge (from Feb 2017-Jan 2020). I obtained my PhD in statistics from the University of Southampton following the completion of my undergraduate degree on Mathematics with Actuarial Science at the same university. At my previous workplaces, I covered lectures and tutorials for both the statistical and medical statistics modules.
My research focuses on methodology for clinical trial designs. The goals of my research include improving the efficiency of trial conduct and the quality of the data. My recent interests are in innovative trial approaches such as platform trials that allow dropping and adding arms, adaptive randomization methods that have data-driven allocation ratios, and design and analysis approaches for studies that focus on subgroups, such as the clinical studies for stratified medicine.
- Adaptive designs
- Experimental designs
- Missing data and measurement error problems
- Platform trial approaches
- Stepped-wedge trials